[NTLK] CyaSSL Library is a possibility

Jake Bordens jake at allaboutjake.com
Fri Feb 27 19:37:53 EST 2015

>>> http://retronewton.blogspot.com/2015/02/ssl-exercise-for-reader.html
>I completely missed this post while I was on vacation.
>Nice tinkering, Jake.

Thanks but really its not that impressive.  "Man compiles someone else's 
working code base" is pretty much the headline.

The real trick will be bridging it to the internet enabler.  Given the 
separation between the NewtonScript world and the C++ world, it isn't 
really trivial.  At the least, its some really ugly bridge code.  At the 
most, it involves some magic on the C++ side.  Maybe there's a way to tie 
into endpoints from the C++ side.  I know there are some headers in the 
DDK for Endpoints and such, but I really don't know enough about it.

Really my main purpose was to play with the "mpw" tool as an alternative 
to mosrun.  CyaSSL just gave me something to point a makefile at.

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